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COURSE SCHEDULES/POLICIES CHEMISTRY 22400 SPRING SEMESTER, 2012 WEBSITE http://www.chem.purdue.edu/CHM22400/ STAFF Professor: Nikolai Skrynnikov, WTHR 352 / WTHR 331A TEL: 496-3324, 494-8519 Email: [email protected] Course Supervisor: Craig Stinson [email protected] Graduate Instructors: Scott Cole [email protected] Chiharu Konda [email protected] TEXT AND RELATED MATERIALS Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry by Skoog, West and Holler, 8 th Ed Custom laboratory research pad (Hayden McNeil) LECTURE/LABORATORY SCHEDULES Lecture: MWF 12:30 - 1:20 WTHR 172 Laboratory: Tue. 1:30-5:20 Sec. 1 Chiharu BRWN 3175 Wed. 7:30-11:20 Sec. 2 Scott BRWN 3175 Thurs. 1:30-5:20 Sec. 3 Scott BRWN 3175
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EXAMS Three exams will be given during the regular semester and a fourth exam will be given during finals week. Each of the four exams will cover material from lecture, reading/homework assignments and laboratory. Each exam is limited to the respective section of the course (although you may be expected to remember a few basic facts from the previous sections). Exam 1: 7 Feb (Tue), 8 pm - 10 pm WTHR 172 Exam 2: 1 Mar (Thurs), 8 pm - 10 pm GRIS 180 Exam 3: 5 Apr (Thurs), 8 pm - 10 pm WTHR 172 Exam 4: During finals week, covers topics since Exam 3 HELP SESSIONS To be announced, but generally just before each exam. ABSENCES In the case of missed labs or exams please communicate with Craig. If the reason is health-related or related to university-sponsored activities please hand in (1) brief email-style letter stating the circumstances and (2) standard supporting document such as a letter from the doctor or the university office. In a situation where supporting documents are not readily available, the explanatory letter (e-mail) is sufficient.
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STAFF OFFICE HOURS Day Time Location (office hours) Location (other time) Nikolai Skrynnikov Monday 3:00-5:00 WTHR 352 WTHR 331A WTHR 352 WTHR 331A Craig Stinson Thursday* 11:30-12:30 WTHR 117B by appointment Scott Cole Wednesday 2:00-4:00 WTHR 117B by appointment Chiharu Konda Tuesday 11:30-12:30 WTHR 117B by appointment * Also during the lab hours (stockroom) Or by appt. Note: toward the end of lab period is often an excellent time to get help from the TAs
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LECTURE SCHEDULE (CHM 224, SPRING 2012) WEEK DATE TOPIC CHAPTER a 1 01/09 Introduction, Volumetric techniques 1,2 01/11 Spreadsheets, SI Units 3,4 01/13 Stoichiometry, Titrimetry 13 A-C,14 A,B 2 01/16 Martin Luther King Day (no lecture) 01/18 Systematic and random errors 5,6 01/20 Standard deviations 6 3 01/23 Confidence intervals 7 01/25 Statistical tests of significance 7 01/27 Statistical tests of significance 7 4 01/30 Standardization and calibration 8 02/01 Method of least squares 8 02/03 Error analysis 8 5 b 02/06 Error analysis 8 02/08 NO LECTURE (evening exam compensation) 02/10 Systematic approach to equilibria 9 6 02/13 Acid/base equilibria, buffers 9 02/15 Acid/base titrations 14 02/17 Acid/base titrations 15-16 7
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